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Spotted: Madhuri Dixit Nene holidaying in USA

Spotted: Madhuri Dixit Nene holidaying in USA
Even though her debut film Abodh did not do as per expectations, it was films like Dayavan, Tezaab and Ram Lakhan which catapulted Madhuri Dixit Nene into superlative name and fame. Last seen in the hard hitting Gulaab Gang, Madhuri Dixit has been shuffling between her commitments towards her family as well as her professionalRead More

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Liff Special Review: Badman

In a career spanning three decades, Gulshan Grover has played the villain many times – but the film that earned him his nickname of “Badman”, and which set the tone for much of his Bollywood career, was that of villain Kesariya Vilayati in Subhash Ghai’s 1989 film Ram Lakhan. As traditional villain roles have become rarer in Bollywood (with heroes taking on roles with more shades of grey), Grover has found his way to working in other industries (in the U.S. and Canada), as well as appearing in films that find their way to the festival circuit, such as Soumik Sen’s Badman.

Director Sen (Gulaab Gang) allows the talented actor to step into a fictionalized version of himself – Gulshan Grover the Badman who longs to make a change in his career, to relaunch himself as a hero. The film is, quite frankly, a hoot, sending up a number of Bollywood tropes. This fictional Gulshan Grover has two hapless sons, Suresh (working as an assistant to director/choreographer Farah Khan and writing his own screenplay) and Gaurav (radio show host always looking for money to invest in questionable business schemes).

The film opens with the fictional Gulshan Grover celebrating his birthday – one of his birthday gifts is to be handed the reins of the Bollywood Villains Association by his friend and fellow villain Ranjeeth.

After suffering a sudden heart attack at his birthday party, and faced with his own mortality as well as the incompetence of his sons, Grover decides to liquidate his assets and set up a film fund which he will put at the disposal of his sons if – and only if – they work with him on a film launching a new hero: Gulshan Grover – “Gg” — himself, in a venture entitled, appropriately “Goodman”.

The film sends up contemporary Bollywood film and social media culture, from a nurse who asks to take a selfie with the star in his hospital bed, to the doctor treating him who brings his son to see his patient, to director/choreographer Farah Khan announcing Grover’s death on Twitter. It’s also a biting satire on the current state of filmmaking in Bollywood, where star kids are launched and where heroes in their forties play college students and woo women young enough to be their daughters, where women in their thirties are resigned to playing mothers to men hardly older than themselves, a world in which social media experts are hired in order to make films trend, where images are “refurbished” and hashtags rule.

The film follows Gg’s quest to put together the film that will launch this new, updated, 21st century version of himself, from the search for a director, a heroine, and, most importantly, for the actor who will agree to become the villain. The endless string of cameos are worth the price of admission alone; the turn by Chunkey Pandey, who agrees to become the film’s villain – hysterically, his costumes always match the furniture on which he’s sitting — is delicious.

But at the centre of it all is Gulshan Grover himself, anchoring everything that happens around him, by turns frustrated at the roadblocks he runs up against (veteran actor Rishi Kapoor advises him to forget about becoming a hero and focus on the underserved 90 to 100 year old man slot), frustrated at the stupidity and incompetence of his sons, accused of “corruption” by those in the Villains’ Assocation (who see both his desire to become a hero, and his willingness to cast Chunkey Pandey as his villain as a sell-out) and occasionally baffled by the events that go on around him as he works to create something new out of his life and career. “Badman” defined much of Gulshan Grover’s career, but Badman allows us to remember that he’s a fine actor with a gift for comedy, in a film that guarantees you will “Lol”.
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Director Soumik Sen Talks Gulshan Grover and Badman

Directed by Soumik Sen (Gulaab Gang), Badman showcases Gulshan Grover in a fabulous “mokumentary” look at a Bollywood legendary villain trying to stay relevant by becoming a “Goodman” in a new film. The actor plays “himself” in a story that is literally laugh out loud funny, fun, touching and full of crazy reel and real characters. Not only does the film feature Gulshan Grover, it also has Farah Khan as “Farah Khan”, Chunky Pandey as “Chunky Pandey” and amazing special appearance scenes with Rishi Kapoor, Mahesh Bhatt, Manisha Koirala, Jackie Shroff, Shootjit Sarkar, Sujoy Ghosh and many more!

Soumik Sen took the time out of his busy schedule to give us an inside look into the making of this brilliant film. Check out what he had to say in this exclusive interview!

How did the first thought of Badman come to you?

I’ve always had this idea of what happens to a villain’s career graph in Bollywood today, when heroes and heroines (Juhi in my last film too if I may add) are taking on negative roles. Where does that leave the specialised villain? Nowhere except Prakash Raj. And what would they be doing to stay relevant? And this idea came from that thought.

Tell us about writing and developing this script.

I always had the story sorted in my head. And I knew this was an attempt of a villain trying to reinvent himself as a hero, completely unaware of his age. Once Gulshan came on board, referencing his illustrious career and an era when characters were more cardboard-ish than what they are now in an evolving story telling industry, it became more fun.

You worked with Anuvab Pal on the story.

Anuvab and I are friends. And I’ve in fact acted in his web shorts too. And definitely wanted him as part of the cast given his natural comic timing. Writing wise – just jamming lines and scenarios with him was a blast.

When you went to Mr. Gulshan Grover what was the main thing you wanted to show him about the film?

Well, the idea was to cast a Real villain and do it like a mockumentary. And of course to get someone who would be sporting enough to mock himself. Apart from his illustrious career, the fact that he is a legend, it was also important to showcase that behind his larger than life roles, he is a fabulous actor anyways.

What was his first reaction?

He loved the idea. And Without any reservation.

How would you describe Badman?

I’d like to think it’s the first out and out instance in this industry where legends, stars and directors have come on board, lent their names and helped make this first web feature exclusive meant for an online platform.

What is the essence of the film?

I guess the larger story arc is about the never say die drive and endeavour that makes an artist adapt to the changing times and survive, irrespective of his age.

Tell us about working with Gulshan Grover and especially in a part like this.

Incredibly professional and committed to his craft. His infectious energy was like that of a newcomer on set. And yes, his no holds barred diving into the skin of the character. Also comedy requires an actor to be very reactive to lines, and while he has done stellar comic roles in the past, for a different audience and storytelling, his timing was always spot on.

How long did it take to shoot the film?

I shot the film in approximately 15 days.

What did you keep in mind during the shooting of the film?

Have fun. Only then will it reflect on screen.

Badman takes a lot from films and the film industry, so how much of it is true and how much of it is exaggeration and how much of it is what you guys invented for this world?

A lot of it in ways is true and then there is obviously a leap that comic imagination takes.

What was your favorite scene to shoot?

The scene where all the yesteryear villains come together to wish Gulshan on his birthday. To see the legendary Ranjeet, Deepak Shirke (Gendaswamy from the cult classic Tiranga), Shiva (Captain Zattack from Hum) and the original Badman sit down and discuss the Villains Federation of Bollywood was a memorable high.

Also to have Farah choreograph Chunky and Gulshan and the ensuing madness on set was uproarious.

So you played the Social Media director, how was it shooting for the film and directing it? And was that a commentary on Social media today?

Well absolutely. The social media manager in the film is a guy who is essentially fibbing someone alien to jargon, trends and technology and making a quick buck out of him. And like how anything new intimidates us, his persona was meant to be someone who bamboozles clients with his jargon. I’m sure we know plenty of guys like him who take advantage of the eager and moneyed.

Tell us about those amazing guest appearances, how did those all come about?

They were written into the film as you probably would have figured. And thereafter it was all a function of meeting the stars and telling them what it was. Thankfully they were all a sport and agreed.

Favorite guest appearance scene?

Very tough to pick one, but to have Rishi Kapoor who just played a 90-year-old man in Kapoor and Sons to actually tell Gulshan to follow his footsteps was a favourite.

The title song is killer, how did that come about?

It was written on a brief by the extremely talented Protiqe Majumdar, and composed by me. I had sung a scratch and when the energy was upped, I knew only Vishal Dadlani could pull it off.

You also had Farah Khan as Farah Khan, how was it to work with her?

Farah is a dear friend and a legend in her own rights. Without a doubt the person who revolutionised the way we picturise songs. But what drew me to her was the fact that she is way madder and fun a person than the film might suggest. She is a dynamite.

What about the great Chunky Pandey?

Chunky had to be cast because the script needed us to cast a man as villain opposite Gulshan who has been a hero and thrashed him (on-screen) in many films. And who better than him with his incredible comic timing. I’d like to add that it takes a special kind of confidence to be absolutely ridiculous on screen and ‘be’ Chunky Pandey. And he pulled it off like only he could.

What do you love about Badman?

The fun that I had while on set. The challenge to work within a tight budget and pull off a product, which is one of its kind. And to be the first to do anything like this in the online space before Amazon and Netflix had commissioned anything for India.

How exciting is it that the film has now gone on to film festivals and received such a wonderful response?

It’s actually way more than I had expected. I certainly didn’t anticipate it would touch the chords of so many people, despite not having a theatrical release.

Are you excited for the premiere at the London Indian Film Festival?

Yes I am. It is such a prestigious festival and I’m glad that an online film, and more importantly a comedy has found a place in such an esteemed lineup.

What is next for you?

A few things are being written and set up as we speak. A feature, another web show and a few more things.

Badman is screening at the London Indian Film Festival at Cineworld Wembley June 24, 2017 6:00 pm, Cineworld Leicester Square June 25, 2017 3:00 pm and Stratford Picturehouse June 27, 2017 6:30 pm. It also will be showcased the sister festival the Birmingham Indian Film Festival Cineworld Broad Street June 25, 2017 6:00 pm.

If you haven’t, be sure to also check out our amazing interview with Gulshan Grover as well! It is not to be missed!
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Here's how 'expression queen' Madhuri Dixit would react to these situations!

Madhuri Dixit is the unquestionable queen of dance and the ruler of hearts!The movies she did in the 90s and the early 200s are iconic and so are her Oh-so-Madhuri reactions! Presenting some of the best expressions from the Dhak Dhak girl hirself to suit your every mood! When your makeup is on point!

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When you find the perfect outfit to wear

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When you know the password to your boyfriend's phone

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When you fight with your best friend Gulaab Gang Gif from Gulaab GIFs When you order something online only to find out it's the wrong size

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When you find lauki ki sabzi in menu

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When you are high on life with your bestie

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Gulshan Kumar presents T-Series’ Tum Bin

Filmmaker Anubhav Sinha is best known for action movies like Gulaab Gang and Ra. One but he loves romances – so much so that he’s set to release Tum Bin 2, the second installment of his debut film, which he wrote and directed 15 years ago and achieved sleeper status at the Box Office.

Set in Scotland, the follow-up retains many of the original’s elements but none of its characters or cast. Set to hit cinemas on November 18, Tum Bin 2 stars debutantes’ actors Aditya Seal and Aashim Gulati together with actress Neha Sharma, who has a handful of film credits including Youngistaan, Teri Meri Kahaani and Yamla Pagla Deewana 2.

Watch the official trailer of Tum Bin 2 here:

Tum Bin 2 Title Track:

Directed by Anubhav Sinha and produced by Bhushan Kumar, Tum Bin 2 releases in cinemas on 18th November 2016.

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Madhuri Dixit in Sajid Nadiadwala Karan Johars Shiddat

Madhuri Dixit in Sajid Nadiadwala Karan Johars Shiddat
Ever since Sajid Nadiadwala and Karan Johar's Dharma Productions have come together for a period film tentatively titled Shiddat, several names are being associated with the film. Yet another name that has apparently been added to the star cast is that of Madhuri Dixit. Though the details of her character are yet to be known, we hear that this role will be pivotal to the plot. Prior to this, Madhuri was seen in a special number called 'Ghagra' in one of Karan Johar's recent productions, Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani. Shiddat, however, promises to have more of the actress. Besides her, Varun Dhawan is said to play the lead along with Arjun Kapoor and Alia Bhatt completing the love triangle. On the Bollywood front, Madhuri Dixit was last seen in Gulaab Gang and the actress continues with her stint as a dance teacher online as well as has been
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Juhi Chawla to do a cameo in Hume Tumse Pyar Kitna

Juhi Chawla to do a cameo in Hume Tumse Pyar Kitna
Juhi Chawla who was last seen in films like Gulaab Gang and Chalk N Duster, has now decided to do something special for one of her colleagues in the industry. The actress will apparently be doing a small role in Mahendra Bohra's upcoming production Hume Tumse Pyar Kitna. We hear that the producer considers Juhi his lucky mascot and hence requested the actress to be a part of this forthcoming love story and the actress gladly agreed. However the details of her character in the film are being strictly kept under wraps. Interestingly, the film is said to be inspired by the blockbuster Darr, which had Juhi in the lead role whilst Shah Rukh Khan played her obsessive lover. Hume Tumse Pyar Kitna stars popular TV star Karanvir Bohra and Priya Banerjee in lead roles.
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Rajamouli denies Madhuri Dixits presence in Bahubali 2

Rajamouli denies Madhuri Dixits presence in Bahubali 2
Last week all of Mumbai was abuzz with rumours that Madhuri Dixit was all set to star in S S Rajamouli's Bahubali Returns. Apparently Madhuri was all set to play Anushka Shetty's sister. But Rajamouli in an exclusive response to this writer totally debunks the rumour. A source close to the project adds, "There are all kinds of rumours and speculations flitting around about the Bahubali sequel. We don't know where the Madhuri one came from because there is no truth to it. Websites have even written the role of Anushka Shetty's sister for Madhuri in Bahubali 2. But so far there is no new addition to the cast at all." Curiously Madhuri who made a much-talked about comeback in 2014 with Dedh Ishqiya and Gulaab Gang hasn't been able to make any headway post her return to acting. Both films bombed badly, leaving the very graceful Ms Dixit-Nene with no acting offers at all.
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Juhi Chawla at Radiation awareness campaign

The former beauty queen Juhi Chawla attended the mobile radiation awareness campaign in Mumbai on August 3, organized by the Indian Merchants Chamber Ladies’ Wing.

The “Gulaab Gang” actress expressed her growing concern about harmful effects of cellphone radiation. Talking about the issue, she said, “The electromagnetic field and radiation are affecting everyone. Your mobile is not a toy.”

Besides Juhi, the event was also attended by Bollywood singer Sonu Nigam’s wife Madhurima Nigam and Shalini Piramal. Check out the pictures from the event below.

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Juhi Chawla at the launch of Jyotin Goel’s children novel ‘Sept-Opus’

The veteran actress Juhi Chawla who was last seen in ‘Gulaab Gang’ last year, recently seen at the launch of a book at Kitaab Khana in Mumbai. The actress was present at the launch of Jyotin Goel’s children novel ‘Sept-Opus’.

Juhi shared her thoughts about the book and said, “The book, Sept-Opus is very amusing and is a very good read for the kids. The intelligent pieces are interesting, not just for the kids but even adults will enjoy and find them engaging. It’s light, entertaining and moving.”

Juhi will next be seen in the upcoming education drama “Chalk N Duster” which is releasing on the occasion on Teacher’s Day.

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Iifa nominations announced!

The 16th edition of the most spectacular celebration of Indian Cinema globally, the International Indian Film Academy (Iifa) Awards has announced the much anticipated list of nominations in the popular category. The Videocon D2H Iifa Weekend & Awards will take place at Stadium Putra in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia from 5-7 June 2015.

Indian Cinema saw a fantastic year in 2014 with some exceptional films taking the box-office by storm. Leading the polls is the heart-warming ‘2 States’ with 9 nominations followed closely by Vishal Bhardwaj’s hard-hitting ‘Haider’ which garnered 8 nominations. Rajkumar Hirani’s inspiring ‘Pk’ achieved 6 nominations and the naively stirring Kangana Ranaut starrer Queen received 5 nominations. Some of the other noteworthy mentions this year also up for awards are Imtiaz Ali’s Highway and ‘Ek Villain’.

Speaking on the nominees, Andre Timmins, Director – Wizcraft International Entertainment Pvt. Ltd, said, “It is amazing how Indian cinema is growing strength by strength every year.
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Reflections 2014: Biggest Disappointments of 2014

Bollywood churns out on average 120 plus films a year, with 2014 reaching 142. So to think all of them will go down in history as being successful is rather naive. But what about the ones we thought would work wonders but came up short? The ones that left us thinking, “Why was this allowed past the editing board”? Even ones that somehow managed to cha-ching the money registers sky high. 2014 had its fair share of films that fit all these categories. BollySpice brings you the biggest disappointments of 2014.

10. Holiday

A.R.Murugadoss blew everyone’s mind when he told a tale of an anterograde amnesia patient desperately seeking revenge for the murder of his girlfriend in Ghajini. Yet when it came to a follow up film, one could say Holiday fell short of all the trimmings to recreate the magic. The writer in Murugadoss failed to see the shortcomings of his story,
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Juhi Chawla gets ready to shoot for two films

Juhi Chawla gets ready to shoot for two films
After being acclaimed for her acting in Gulaab Gang, Juhi Chawla is now all set for her next ventures in Bollywood. The actress is now all set to act in a film titled Happy Anniversary which will be directed by Dinky Mendes. Though she hasn't divulged any details on the film, Juhi Chawla mentioned that it is an amazing script and she has tentatively agreed for it. However, it is yet another film in her kitty that Juhi has been so excited about. It is Jayant Leeladhar's Chalk And Duster that will be keeping her busy where she plays the role of a strong, multi-talented woman. Excited about the fact that she will be doing yet another positive role, Juhi maintained that though she had been given the script of the film a month ago, it was only recently that she had time to go through it. In fact, the
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Contest UK Readers: The Hundred-Foot Journey Culinary Contest For Food Enthusiasts

After rave reviews from across the pond, London is set to get its fix of the culinary goodwill with the official release of The Hundred-Foot Journey on September 5th, a gastronomical feast of a film exploring the fusion of Indo-French cultures, represented beautifully through the universal language of heart-warming food for the soul.

This highly-anticipated culinary delight that is The Hundred-foot Journey also stars a stellar cast of Indian and British Asian actors including Rohan Chand (Jack and Jill), Amit Shah (The Infidel), Farzana Dua Elahe (Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time, Eastenders). Bollywood actress Juhi Chawla (Gulaab Gang) also features in a cameo role in the film.

A flavour brimming mix of food, passion and heart, The Hundred-foot Journey is a story of persistence and triumph over exile. The film depicts a gastronomical fusion of cultures and cuisine and a boy’s compassionate drive to find himself in
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Madhuri Dixit Nene completes 30 Glamourous years in Bollywood!

She is a fine actress, complete with mega dancing skills. Starlet Madhuri Dixit Nene has completed a glorious 30 years in the Bollywood industry! We at BollySpice, feel that 30 years is a long feat and surely must be celebrated!

When you hear the name Madhuri, you instantly remember her charming smile that lights up the screen and her amazing grace. Madhuri has worked in many films such as Dil Toh Pagal Hain, Anjaam, Ram Lakhan, Tezaab, Devdas, Hum Tumhare Hain Sanam to name but a few!

Madhuri began her filmi career with the art film Abodh, where she played the innocent character of a newly wedded wife who was not aware of the many changes that come with marriage. She was highly appreciated for her performance. Despite a few initial failures at the box office, Madhuri always bounced back. The film Tezaab became the turning point of her career. Her character
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Om Puri & Helen Mirren tantalise your tastebuds in culinary drama The Hundred-Foot Journey

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Audiences will be getting ready to satiate their tastebuds with the big screen adapation of Richard C. Morais’ international best-selling novel The Hundred-Foot Journey. Releasing on Friday 5th September 2014 by Entertainment One UK, The Hundred-Foot Journey is an uplifting and feel-good cultural feast full of Indian spices, French sophistication and British wit.

Directed by Lasse Hallström and produced by Oprah Winfrey, Steven Spielberg and Juliet Blake, the film stars Academy Award winning actress Helen Mirren as the icy proprietress of a Michelin starred classical French eatery in Southern France, veteran Indian film actor Om Puri (East is East, The Reluctant Fundamentalist), Manish Dayal (Law & Order, The Sorcerer’s Apprentice, Bollywood film Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna) and Canadian-French actress and television personality, Charlotte Le Bon. The screenplay is written by Steven Knight.

This highly-anticipated culinary delight that is The Hundred-Foot Journey also stars a stellar cast of Indian and
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Juhi Chawla to look 15 years older in The Hundred-Foot Journey

Juhi Chawla to look 15 years older in The Hundred-Foot Journey
Bollywood actress Juhi Chawla, who was last seen in a pivotal role in Gulaab Gang, will now be seen making her Hollywood debut with The Hundred-Foot Journey, a Steven Spielberg production that is being directed by Lasse Hallstrom. While she will be seen playing veteran actor Om Puri's wife in the film, the makers felt the need for her to look 15 years older than her present age. That's why she has been made to age digitally on screen with the help of post-production techniques. Buzz is that, even though Juhi Chawla doesn't have a full length role, her role is pivotal to the storyline and has its own impact in the film.
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Helen Mirren & Om Puri tantalise your tastebuds in culinary drama The Hundred-Food Journey

Audiences will be getting ready to satiate their tastebuds with the big screen adapation of Richard C. Morais’ international best-selling novel The Hundred-Foot Journey. Releasing on Friday 5thSeptember 2014 by Entertainment One UK, The Hundred-Foot Journey is an uplifting and feel-good cultural feast full of Indian spices, French sophistication and British wit.

Directed by Lasse Hallström and produced by Oprah Winfrey, Steven Spielberg and Juliet Blake, the film stars Academy Award winning actress Helen Mirren as the icy proprietress of a Michelin starred classical French eatery in Southern France, veteran Indian film actor Om Puri (East is East, The Reluctant Fundamentalist), Manish Dayal (Law & Order, The Sorcerer’s Apprentice, Bollywood film Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna) and Canadian-French actress and television personality, Charlotte Le Bon. The screenplay is written by Steven Knight.

This highly-anticipated culinary delight that is The Hundred-Foot Journey also stars a stellar cast of Indian and British Asian actors
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Ajay Devgns film being shot by Titanics cinematographer

Ajay Devgns film being shot by Titanics cinematographer
Ajay Devgn has taken on a new avatar. Having acted in socially relevant films like Zakham and The Legend Of Bhagat Singh and directed a film on Alzeihmers (U Me Aur Hum) Devgn has now become the messiah of globally acceptable meaningful movies. His production Parched set in Rajasthan is being shot by no less than Russel Carpenter. It is being made as two separate films in English and Hindi. The English version would be sent by Devgn to various festivals across the world.

Russell Carpenter was the cinematographer of James Cameron's Titanic. Interestingly the film is co-produced by a very accomplished Indian cinematographer Aseem Bajaj who has shot Devgn's Golmaal films.

Aseem's wife Leena Yadav (who directed Ben Kingsley and Amitabh Bachchan in Teen Patti) directs Parched.

"But such realistic cinema should be able to reach a wide audience. Gulaab Gang was so brilliantly marketed. But one of
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Indian Audiences Embracing Women-Centric Films

Indian Audiences Embracing Women-Centric Films
Indian cinema appears to be trotting toward gender equality in 2014 with several films featuring women front and center turning into hits and several more in the pipeline.

Leading the charge is the sleeper of the year, Bollywood’s “Queen” by helmer Vikas Bahl, starring Kangana Ranaut as a jilted woman who decides to go on her cherished European honeymoon on her own. The $2 million budgeted film grossed more than $20 million worldwide. Ranaut also stars as a gun-toting politician with a boy toy as the lead of “Revolver Rani.”

“I think watching films with heroes was our comfort zone and it needed a substantial push for audiences to get comfortable watching a film with a female lead only,” Bahl says. “But the driving force behind this has been the story and screenplay that has made people realize that a woman-centric film can be as engaging, entertaining and worth the money spent.
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